This tropical paradise boasts dramatic bluffs, lush polo fields, and a pristine 1.7-mile coastline. Swaying palm trees, vibrant wildflowers, and a family-friendly environment make this coastal city ideal for those who prefer a slower pace of life. It’s no surprise, then, that over 13,000 residents call this place home.
A bustling design district and Highway 101’s revitalization helped transform Solana Beach from a sleepy town dominated by lima bean fields and avocado groves into one of Southern California’s most sought-after communities.
Less than 30 minutes away from downtown San Diego, Solana Beach spans about four miles. It’s bordered by San Dieguito Park to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Solano Beach Real estate
The community’s real estate is among the finest in San Diego and among the best valued in the Golden State. Residents have access to the beach and an array of excellent amenities. The housing stock is fairly diverse, comprised of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos.
There’s an abundance of ocean view properties to choose from. Luxury homes with outdoor decks, cabanas, Jacuzzis, and outdoor pools are common. These homes can have as many as 7 bedrooms with unobstructed views of the Pacific.
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Attractions and amenities
Life in Solana Beach revolves around the ocean. Here are some beach spots to check out:
- Seaside Reef. This is a wonderful surf spot with an outer reef that breaks on massive southwest swells. Ride the waves or watch the pros and ace amateurs do it.
- Tide Beach Park. The quality of the sand here is excellent, and there’s a patch of reef that allows for tide pools. This narrow beach is surrounded by scenic cliffs and artificial barriers.
- Fletcher Cove. Also called “Pillbox” by locals, the cove features a sandy beach where you can jog or take a leisurely stroll when the tide isn’t too high. There’s also a park with grassy areas and picnic tables.
- Seascape Shores. Located south of Fletcher Cove, this spot is ideal for beach outings. Go for a walk, admire the water, or head out into the ocean with your surf board.
The Fletcher Cove and La Colonia Community Centers can be reserved for special occasions like weddings, birthday parties, and corporate events. The former sits on top of a bluff overlooking the Pacific.
Residents have plenty of shopping options as well:
- Cedros Avenue Design District. Here you’ll find more than 85 retailers, restaurants, galleries, and furniture shops. Go on a walking tour of this district, which spans roughly two-and-a-half blocks. The area is also home to acclaimed designers, interior decorators, architects, and builders, hence the name.
- Cedros Avenue Farmers Market. This popular Sunday afternoon stop showcases organic vegetables and freshly cut flowers. A spectacular selection of handcrafted chocolates, hearth breads, and juice blends can also be purchased.